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||Date: October 12, 2009 at 17:57|
|http://www.johnelefante.com/jmla/ Luckily it seems they changed the cover :-P Soundbytes sound awesome, i can't wait to hear the full album. John Elefante has such a great voice and his solo work is full of beautiful melodies.
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||Date: November 9, 2009 at 7:51|
|This neatly covers stylewise,all era's of John Elefante's career in one disc, from his Kansas and earlier Mastedon days, through to excellent solo albums. It really is quite excellent througout, so existing Kansas/Elefante solo fans will be salivating over this one. Songs vary from 'One Day Down By The Lake' which is a an 11 minute monster and covers the more Kansas type stuff, 'Water Into Wine' which just plain out rocks, through to the more commercial Boston sounding 'Nowhere Without Your Love', which is definitely one of the best songs I have heard this year so far,'Lying' and 'You Can't Take Anything'. Production wise, this is a really excellent sounding album aswell, with a nice rich sound (as with all Elefante' produced albums) and I must say that JE's vocals are absolutely stunning throughout and give this album extra points. A major surprise and a big time thumbs up for this one. Elefante is back, you better believe it.
||Date: November 15, 2009 at 7:37|
|What can I say ?! Actually I can't add much to what Jez has already written above. I especially love the tracks "Nowhere without your Love" and "Lying". The Kansas cover song "Dust in the Wind" might even be better than the original one. This is a bloody awesome release !! BUY !!
||Date: November 18, 2009 at 11:32|
|Another great release in 2009!
||Date: November 20, 2009 at 3:24|
|Totally agreed with the comments above.One of the 3 bst 2009 releases and imo better than their two masterpieces before.The John`s voice is really fantastic.Thanks for this masterpiece.
||Date: November 26, 2009 at 15:03|
|When metal and hard rock swept the nation in the early 80s to the mid 90s, it even caused a stir in the contemporary Christian music scene. The old school bands like Petra and Whiteheart ratcheted things up a little heavier, but what was wonderful was seeing truly unique bands like Mastedon, Whitecross, Bloodgood, Barren Cross, and, of course, Stryper erupt out of nowhere onto the metal scene. That being said, "Lofcaudio" is Mastedon's second cd, originally released in 1990 I AM SELLING MY COLECTION THAT I INCLUDE THESE GREAT ALBUMS. if you are interested on purchase these cds come to join me to ( http://christianmusic-musiconsale.blogspot.com/ )
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: September 21, 2010 at 18:50|
|Woooowwww....a real come back! ...excellent album indeed!!!...Dave Amato (Reo Speedwagon) & Kerry Livgren (Kansas) are in here as guest musicians along with other talented ones...John & Dino Elefante showing us once again their capacity of writing & composing great songs....fave tracks are "Revolution Of Mind","Slay Your Demons","One Day Down By The Lake"(great epic song,prog rock all over ),"Water Into Wine","Questions"(this one is a nice modern AOR track with some Cheap Trick influence),"You Can't take Anything" & "Dust In The Wind" (a remake of Kansas' classic)...in general lines,a pleasant release..thanks Elefante brothers,is good to have both of you back with Mastedon!!!.91/100 ...by the way John sang in here like Lou Gramm...
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